MOAR sp_DatabaseRestore

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Testing…Someone’s gotta do it

people are talking about me again… o_o

However instead of plots to overthrow my kingdom, or curses that would cause me to eat pie and lose weight, or saying my name three times in a mirror so that I become summoned and forced to bust a cap…instead of stuff like THAT…they are props for working on some code!

I made some new changes and fixed an embarrassing bug in my previous contribution for the sp_DatabaseRestore.  In an ideal world I would just skip the part of this post where I point out my mistakes and explain what they were, however Github does a great job at keeping history so…

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Reverse Engineering using SQL Profiler

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The best defense is a strong CHAINSAW SWORD!!!

There may come a time in your career when you are tasked with finding out how a 3rd party application functions because some 3rd parties have completely closed source applications, or better yet, APIs that perform poorly.  Microsoft SQL Server Profiler can help you identify what tables are used, procedures and what data is inserted when functions are run.

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